Enterprises are grappling with increased complexity as cloud adoption increases, the perimeter expands, and digital transformation projects take hold. The accelerated shift to remote working has only added to the complexity. As more businesses leverage hybrid IT environments in their digital transformation journey, many confront challenges managing identities and access across multiple applications, clouds, networks and servers.
Sumo Logic released findings from its fifth annual report. ”The Continuous Intelligence Report: The State of Modern Applications, DevSecOps and the Impact of COVID-19” provides an inside look into the state of the modern application technology stack, including changing trends in cloud and application adoption and usage by customers, and the impact of COVID-19 as an accelerant for digital transformation efforts.
Cellebrite recently published a new white paper with IDC, “Policing 2025: Envisioning a New Framework for Investigations.” In the IDC White Paper, IDC proposes a methodology for public safety organizations to digitally transform.
The Physical Security industry is at an inflection point. Digital transformation and Security Convergence have accelerated, hastened by the persistent pandemic. Physical Security, HR and IT departments have been forced to work together quickly in designing back-to-work strategies, realizing that separate silos of operations just won’t cut it any longer.
The 11th iteration of the Building Security In Maturity Model reflects how organizations are adapting their software security efforts to support modern software development paradigms
September 17, 2020
Synopsys, Inc. published BSIMM11, the latest version of the Building Security In Maturity Model (BSIMM), created to help organizations plan, execute, measure, and improve their software security initiatives (SSIs). BSIMM11 reflects the software security practices observed across 130 firms from multiple industry verticals including financial services, FinTech, independent software vendors, cloud, health care, Internet of Things, insurance, and retail.
Increasing a business’ digital competence is a need that’ll never go away; continual transformation is required to be competitive in the market. So much hinges on getting digital right that entire new disciplines and executive roles are springing up, including the Chief Digital Officer and Chief Transformation Officer. Change makes many people uncomfortable, but it’s a necessity.